25 weeks pregnant mother

Question: My baby is super active today..most of the time baby is kicking and i can feel it..someday there is very less movement..is it normal??i m worried about it

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Answer: Its totally normally, no need to worry, even baby have lazy days....if u dont notice any kicks or hiccups for more than a 18.20 hrs then u need to check with ur doc or midwife
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